The Commack Coalition of Caring The Commack Coalition of Caring
Mission Statement
The Commack Coalition of Caring is a diverse group of parents, school professionals, community leaders, police, fire and neighborhood representatives which will coordinate community-based initiatives concerned with the impact of substance abuse. The Coalition recognizes the important influences on a child’s development, as well as the ongoing influences on our community at large, and is focused on reducing alcohol and other drug use through collaboration and education.
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CCC Red Ribbon Run/Walk  Saturday, October 29th - 9am at CHS
Registration Click here       To Donate Click here       Street Closures
Social Host Law Strengthened - raises penalty category to misdemeanor for hosting underage drinking. Click here to read the law.
Cancel the Keg Hotline: 631-852-KEGS
Commack Coalition of Caring
The Commack Coalition of Caring and the SADD Club from the high school, joined together with Northport SD, Kings Park, Harbor Fields, and Walt Whitman High School to do an environmental scan at various locations in our neighborhoods. The program called "Not On Your Life" was to put signage in local businesses regarding not selling alcohol to a minor. We had discussions regarding how to check for phony ID's, and asked them to ask for double ID. We walked together with the SCPD, and members of the Air National Guard, who are members of the CCC. 
New Substance Abuse Hotline 631-979-1700
The time to get help is NOW - open 24/7
Get screenings, referrals, and follow-ups!
Safe Homes Brochure - Take the Pledge!

The SAFE HOMES Program is a successful national program that exists in more than 40 states. It is an effective way for parents to join together to provide a safer environment for their children. Safe Homes enables parents to take a united stand against drugs and alcohol abuse and other dangers. It empowers parents to create an environment in which drug and alcohol use by minors is not acceptable. Your child can no longer say, "You're the only parent with these rules," because you are part of a network of parents with the same rules.


Helpful Links: 
Synthetic Marijuana - What You Should Know
Marijuana Use Doubles and more in CADCA's newsletter  
 What is Sexting?  
Commack Coalition of Caring 5th Annual Red Ribbon Week 5K Run/Walk
Saturday, October 17, 2015

Click here for: Photos from the race/run

Meeting Minutes:
September 2015
October 2015
November 2015
February 2016
March 2016
May 2016
June 2016
July 2016



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